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is renee, 54 from alexandria, illinois. this woman is in town to see "scandalous." i'm so happy. she isn't used to wearing make-up but she was up for a day of broadway beauty. >> all right. renee has the sign, but peg you want this for your dear friend. you're busting. >> i am. i am so excited. she always looks the same. she is so pretty. i want her to look like a hotty or glamorous or whatever. >> what do you think about that, a hotty, is that what you want to look like? >> i just want to look different. i have had the same look for a long time. and i'm a grandma, so it would be nice to look different. >> louis licari will make you the hottest-looking grandma in the country. . all right. that would be great. >> renee is a wonderful lady. she is here with her dear friend peg. let's take one last look at renee and bring the new renee out all ready for broadway. >> nice. >> beautiful. all right, peg, you want to take it off? take a look. >> oh, my god! you look wonderful. >> turn around. see what you look like. >> oh, my gosh. >> i don't recognize myself. >> you look gorgeous. >> i see a l
chicago i'm renee marsh back to you. >> mitt romney took to the stage late last night to concede that rise. he spoke briefly in a speech very different from the 1 hours earlier. more on the former massachusetts governor last words. >> in the early hours of election day he said he called president obama and the race was over. >> if i so wish that i have been a will to fulfill your hopes and leaving the country in a different direction. the nation shows another leader. so and and i join with you too earnestly pray for him and for this great nation. >> the move was a stark contrast to his announcement in june 2011. >> i believe in america and i'm running for president of the nine states. >> and to the crowd to welcome him on a last minute a election day trip to the critical state of ohio and pennsylvania. >> thank you for your work. you guys are families. thank you so much. >> neither state went rummies way making it impossible for him to pick up the two month 70 elect four votes needed to win the presidency. >> the nation as you know is that a critical point, at a time like this cannot risk
petraeus will testify about the response to the deadly benghazi attacks. renee marsh is live in d.c. to tell us about what could be coming from today's hearings. >> reporter: well, petraeus will testify before both the house and senate intelligence committee and these will be closed-door hearings. now, although the mission of the hearing is to focus on attack in benghazi libya it's possible that someone could bring up that elephant in the room, namely whether petraeus is a fair --affair may have compromised national security but for his part he said he never passedclassified information to the woman he was having an affair w an official with knowledge of the case tells cnn today that the former cia chief is expected to tell lawmakers he suspectedalmost immediately that the attack was the work of an al-qaeda affiliate but the official says there was other intelligence about 20 reports suggested an antiislamic movie may have been to blame for the attack. for those reports as far as they go they were disproved but that happened after petraeus' initial briefing to congress. he is also
, libya. up? could his affair also comm rene marsh is in washinnton dc with more.good morning, rene. 1) can yyu tell us more about this 3 33 rene.good mooning, with more. rene marsh is in washington dc with more.good morning, rene. coming up in our hometown hotspot... it's more than justtartt.ow thhse paintings help benefit the commmnity... and where you can go toobuy one.you're watching fox 45 orning news.. all local.. all morning. ((break 7)) ((bump in)) from the top 12 to tte top 10.. elimination episode on the xx factor last night. in have a wrap up and backstage reaccion toothe big news. neww. ((pkg)))nats the x factoo sent home, not one, but two contestants home, not one, but two contestanns after their diia performances failed to gain enough votes from the viewers.nats::arcia says: i'm myself. i nnver had a plaa affer this. just go with the flow. make spontaneous decisions. lyric 145 says: nothing you can do about it. situatiin. enjoy every ch experience..this is the biggest thing i've ever done in my llfe. can't do nothing but smile. the judges admit that they
on their way in, protest across the street? we'll have to wait and see. renee marsh is in landover hills, maryland, where those workers are headed. what does it look like from your vantage point, renee? >> reporter: right now, carol, i can tell you black friday, big shopping day. retailer like walmart wants people to be talking about those doorbuster sales. instead, we have a situation like this. take a look. you have the state troopers all lined up here in the event that there is a situation once this protest does get under way. here is what i can tell you about what we're expecting to happen here at this walmart here in maryland. i'm told that some four buses filled with people, an estimated 300 people will be making their way here to this walmart. i'm also told those people will consist of union members, community members, all people who support the workers here at walmart and walmarts really throughout the country. they say that they will be walking this perimeter. if you take a look, it's quite a bit of walking they plan on doing. they will walk the entire perimeter around walmart.
want to play a clip about renee. she is, herself, a former homeless vet who works with these women. let's play that clip. >> how you doing? >> how you doing? >> i'm good. >> what she had to do to feed her habit and survive on the street. >> nice to see you. >> actually that was one of my -- >> jennifer: so how did renee get off the streets? >> ironically, renee got off the streets through a client who -- she was prostituting to feed her habit. in skid row for more than a decade and one of her clients said didn't you serve in the air force? she said yeah, i did. he said you know, you should look into the v.a., they might be able to help you with a rehab program so she enrolled in a rehab program and she's been clean for nine years. >> jennifer: huh. well, i would imagine that a lot of these veterans suffer from another trauma which female veterans of all stripes seem to suffer from. the pentagon says that one in three female vets has experienced military sexual trauma. what is that? did you m
a que le permite. >> juan perez espera 48 dólares rene castellanos 500 dólares y no lo sabe y recuerde que en univisión14. >volvemos después de la pausa. > ---una escasez de gasolina en ♪. >> poca gasolina en new jersey donde los conductores hacen filas para llevar a casa pero no hay. >> partieron rumbo a la costa este para ayudar con la limpieza después de el huracán sandy además van herramientas para restaurar el tendido electrico. >> hoy visitó una preparatoria de san josé aseguró que el rector dice que hay fondos para la gente que necesitada. >> estamos luchando para que los estudiantes puedan llegar a sus metas. >> la escuela cuenta con muchos estudiantes latinos. >> ♪. . >> faltan 4 días para la votaciÓn es el martes 6 de noviembre. >> tenemos información para que llegue informado a las urnas. >> california tiene un alto número de registros un millon de persona ocuparon el sistema de registración por internet la mitad son nuevo votantes. >> nunca en la historia de estados unidos se había visto el esfuerzo para registrar votantes en california. >> no se sorpren
votes on the issue. >>> the presidential race is still too close to call. reporter renee marsh is here in election day headquarters. >> reporter: good morning, it will likely be an early morning for many of us and the president will take to the stage at some point to address his supporters and when he does take to the stage it will be either to concede the race to mitt romney or it will either be a victory speech. actually, we have some fresh video for you. just moments ago, the president is casting his ballots this -- ballot this morning. >> reporter: arousing and an emotional speech left the president with a tier in his eye back to where he started promoting change in the 2008 caucuses. >> we cannot be stopped, after all we fought through together we cannot give up on change now. >> his dizzying tour marks the end of the era for the president, from wisconsin and iowa, he focused not only on the undecided. .. >> it is out of my hands and in yours. the single most powerful force in our democracy is you, moving this country forward begins with you. >> reporter: as per tradition he will
. monica florez mrs. yong. rene antavares. please approach the mic. >> hello, i am the education advocate for chinese education. and i work with a lot of chinese families with english learners. and the data shows that 69% of english learners in 11th grade are missing requirements or off track to graduate in 2014. and that's overwhelming over 500 student. and because of the additional english classes the students have to take. they are unable to fulfill the requirements and therefore they need the additional funding for the credits. the families need the guidance for the necessary requirements to graduate and apply for college. we are here to ask for the committee to support this supplementation for credit recovery and for the resources for class 2014. so that all students get the necessary resources and opportunities to graduate. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, i am kevin bogus and i work with advocates for children youth. you am here to speak on behalf of families and youth in san francisco. we are in a crisis where close to 50% of the students that are juniors in our high school are pr
renee? >> present. all members of the commission being present, let's start with the agenda. public comment on matters appearing or not appearing on the agenda that are within the jurisdiction of the ethics commission. :good evening dale pillpa, just wanted to comment and perhaps inquire on the election season that has just concluded. i assume that the staff will be analyzing the effectiveness of the matching -- the public finance program and perhaps compiling a report and i'm just wondering what the thinking is on the timing for that? it's usually a few months down the road, but given the various things that happened this cycle, i believe it will be interesting to look at the numbers after the fact and maybe we can have some discussion at that time about the program and how it works given what we anticipated about a year-ago going into this cycle. i don't know if staff has an indication of when that mike be happening. >> a few months. >> thanks. next item on the agenda is discussion and possible action on the amendments to the ordinance. >> nobody is a stranger to the subject
up on abc 7 news at , renee simpson goes toe to toe with anderson coooper. >> the recovery efforts of sandy are under the microscope. >> israel moves closer to a military action in after an attack the world has not seen in more than 40 years. let's look outside. sunshine. it is looking better than earlier. will check in >> a developing story in the middle east. strip isin the gaza intensifying. a rocket fell north of the city. it is the first time it has been on since 1970. it struck the ministry building. cover at least 27 people have died. activatedi army has is a0 reserve troops and troops on the and border, signaling a possible ground invasion. killed interans were texas. 16 others were hurt. the accident happened yesterday in mid in texas. they are not sure what caused deadly accident. it is not clear if the crew of n saudi float on the tracks. thousands remain without in new york and new jersey. power has been restored to 95% of customers. an associated press analysis of bigge times from other hurricanes and storms suggests response may be than with even faster storms. >> it
a su disposicion, si es que usted rene los requisitos y ademas el costo de la solicitud. ---tambien, le ofreceran asesoria legal en caso de que sea necesario.. take sot vanessa sandoval/siren in: 00;06;53;16 --- out: 00;07;09;26 vanessa sandoval dice: "la ciudadania es un beneficio muy importante que te permite varios derechos que no permite la residencia... puede viajar libremente sin restriccion, puedes pedir a tus familiares mas rapidamente, no corres el riesgo de la deportacion, no te pueden negar la entrada a los estados unidos." take fs ---en total habra 3 presentaciones a las 10 y 11 de la maÑana y otra al mediodia. ---el cet esta ubicado en la calle vine numero 701 en san jose. cu ---primera pausa en noticiero telemundo 48 pero en breve, take vo ---conozca como piensan los pedofilos y como seleccionan a sus victimas. take vo ---los carteles de la droga toman control de un negocio ilegal en nuestro estado.. la informacion al volver.. segment ends sociedad enfrentan muchos riesgos; a diario se escucha sobre raptos o desaparicione s. ---pero como nos dice dinorah perez en su repor
in from there. renee marsh is at the campaign headquarters in chicago now, so what is the president up to today, renee? >> well, his schedule looks nothing like it looked like yesterday and yesterday was quite hectic since it was election eve and he is lying low and taking it easy and you can see right here at his headquarters, this is where all the action will be as you see the results, this is president barack obama and at some point he will take to the stage and it will be one of two things, to give that victory speech or to concede the race to mitt romney. >> are you fired up? >> [applauds] . are you fired up. >> reporter: the speech in ohio left the president with a tier in his eyes in the 2008 iowa caucuses. >> we cannot be stopped after all we fought through together, we cannot be changed now. >> and his dizzying tour marks the era, his final presidential campaign. from wisconsin to ohio and iowa, he focused not only on the undecided voters but reenergized those loyal voters to cast their vote again. >> it comes down to you, it is out of my hand now, it is in yours, the single m
in the northeast. >> let's go out to renee marsh live this morning in new york city. >> reporter: we are in midtown manhattan there's power but 25 blocks from here, people in lower manhattan, they are still in the dark. four days after super storm sandy tempers are high. >> we are going to die. you don't understand you got to get your trucks here on this corner. now. >> reporter: new york senator chuck schumer met this woman while touring a water logged neighborhood. >> this is the worst i've seen and it's killing me it's killing me what the people have to go through. >> reporter: new yorkers are facing another day of crippled transportation and power outages. governor cuomo is warning there may be consequences for utility companies that did not properly prepare for sandy. con edison says the storm was worse than anyone expected. >> it was just off the charts and unfortunately we are where we are and we are like all the other utilities up and down the east coast right now trying to recover trying to get everybody back as quick as we can. >> reporter: in new jersey, lines for gas stretched for miles
celebrating his reelection in his home state of illinois. reporter rene marsh is live in chicago. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, pam. so now the newly elected newly reelected i should say president obama he has a lot of work to do. one of the unresolved issues he has to tackle now that fiscal cliff. but before he gets back to work, he took a little time to celebrate his victory with supporters here at his head quarters early this morning. >>> electrified youd greeted president barack obama early wednesday morning. he says he's ready for four more years. >> with your stories and your struggles, i return to the white house more determined and more inspired than ever about the work we need to do and the future that lies ahead. >> reporter: his reelection comes after a nail biting night of returns. his president defended his home turf and won several critical swing states including ohio. pushing him over the 270 electoral vote mark. >> i want to thank every american who participated in this election. >> reporter: he had been in a statistical dead heat with mitt romney who conceded the ra
en ciudadano de este pais. ---ademas, qu herramientas estn a su disposicion, si es que usted rene los requisitos y ademas el costo de la solicitud. ---tambien, le ofreceran asesoria legal en caso de que sea necesario.. take sot vanessa sandoval/siren in: 00;06;53;16 --- out: 00;07;09;26 vanessa sandoval dice: "la ciudadania es un beneficio muy importante que te permite varios derechos que no permite la residencia... puede viajar libremente sin restriccion, puedes pedir a tus familiares mas rapidamente, no corres el riesgo de la deportacion, no te pueden negar la entrada a los estados unidos." take fs ---en total habra 3 presentaciones a las 10 y 11 de la maÑana y otra al mediodia. ---el cet esta ubicado en la calle vine numero 701 en san jose. blanca ---tiempo de la primera pausa en noticiero telemundo 48, pero mas adelante... take vo blanca ---en un reportaje especial, le presentamos el perfil piscologico que caracteriza a los pedofilos... take vo blanca ---ademas, la alegria de los dias festivos llega a san jose con la instalacion de la tradicional pista de hielo en el centro de la
taking care of his brother, rene. >> reporter: information officials first retained luis in 2008. immigration issued a deportation order for his family. >> he was inaware of the order put on his parents. and that order was enforced ten years later. ruiz spent a short time in mexico before returning illegally. >> a friend he made there who was an american was killed because he was an american. and he stuck out. he stood out. and jesus didn't feel safe. he didn't feel at home. he had never lived in mexico. his whole life. he came back to the u.s. >> reporter: ruiz is undocumented. but his attorney says he has no criminal record. he applied for president obama's deferred action plan in october, hoping to work illegally. in a statement, i.c.s. says it has immigration enforcement that prioritizes the removal of criminal aliens, recent border crossers and egregious immigration law violators such as those who have been previously removed from the united states, making ruiz a priority. now, ruiz does have a finger print appointment on november 27th related to his deferred action applicat
at this one here in san anselmo. people have been here all day getting ready for the rain. >> renee is not taking chances. he is filling sandbags. >> we are at the bought m to of the hill in san rafael. it comes down the hill hard. just taking precautions and got a little flooded last year. >> san anselmo is one of many cities providing the do it yourself sandbag station. joy this is our high water mark and -- >> this is our high water mark and in the store it was four and a half feet high. and it was not just water. it was mud. >> marty is uneasy about the approaching storms. in 2005 she lost everything in her downtown sannen sal mow store. -- sannen sal mow store. the photos from that time are amazing. >> we are very resilient. we hope for the best. >> reporter: tonight the creek is low and the city has been keeping it clear of debris. but just in case, every downtown business has wooden flood gates held in place with metal brackets to keep the water out. >> if it does flood, the precaution is to get the books for -- to get the books three feet off the ground. >> reporter: the san
ready for the rain. >> renee is not taking chances. he is filling sandbags. >> we are at the bought m to of the hill in san rafael. it comes down the hill hard. just taking precautions and got a little flooded last year. >> san anselmo is one of many cities providing the do it yourself sandbag station. joy this is our high water mark and -- >> this is our high water mark and in the store it was four and a half feet high. and it was not just water. it was mud. >> marty is uneasy about the approaching storms. in 2005 she lost everything in her downtown sannen sal mow store. -- sannen sal mow store. the photos from that time are amazing. >> we are very resilient. we hope for the best. >> reporter: tonight the creek is low and the city has been keeping it clear of debris. but just in case, every downtown business has wooden flood gates held in place with metal brackets to keep the water out. >> if it does flood, the precaution is to get the books for -- to get the books three feet off the ground. >> reporter: the sanitation district will be keeping a close eye on its aging sewer pipes to
outletting things that could make the preform come across better on tv and right here in thea rene a. >> reporter: the audience a who is who of country music mega stars. blake shelton. keith urban and taylor swift. she is riding high on the success of her album red and is the only female up for entertainer of the year. > the. >> the feeling so amazing of like just celebration and joy and appreciation. >> reporter: leading the pack of nominees. >> one of the new -- eric --. >> reporter: he is up for five awards and speaking that have it's the 5th year in a row the show is hosted by carrie underwood and braid paisley. >> she is this protector of mine. i sort of go off a little bit and a little goofy. >> stars here also have their minds on those in the northeast still dealing the effects of sandy. brad and carrie are expected to urge people to donate to the red cross. in nashville. >> and you can catch the awards right here on abc2 tonight at eight and that's followed by us on abc 2news at 11. >> first a look at what's happening apt at six. water onto york for hours. the areas yo
to say good luck, and i wish i could be there with you. i love and miss you guys. elijah, jenny, renee, i'll see you soon. >> the fans were going nuts. watch him toss the ball. this is a big deal. >> huge deal. >> nice. nice. >> so then, after they're done with their little half-time contest, you hear the announcer say, the boys have aery special treat for you as well. at is awesome. >> how adorable is it? they both jump into dad's arms, he gives them a big hug. keep in mind that dad hasn't seen his son since may. >> my favorite part of these videos is that moment when they realize who they're looking at. >> they go from being in a football game to running the 50-yard dash. >> then once the boys hug, they all come out. sister, mom, they're all there to welcome dad home. >>> let's face it, guys, webcams aren't just for talking to your friends or being skype interviewed on "right this minute." you have to entertain when you're on your webcam 2. this video is apparently trending in spain. first this guy kind of scratches his head, pushes the hair forward, it goes back. now it's on a string.
right this minute. >> well done. renee brown says can you please tell nick he needs to go back to his baby face. do you remember the baby face days, guy? >> i don't know if it was quite a baby face. there are supportive comments on there. i can't find any right now. >> am i the only one here that liked it? >> amber from our facebook page says i can't take nick serious right now with that mustache. lmo. rita says that you are too adorable, nick, to have a mustache. >> mary ann parker says you're an honorable man but this look is not becoming. >> in fact, nick, we've been getting phone calls from our viewers. i want to play one of them for you. this is from steve. he lives in san francisco. >> i saw him before as a sexy tony danza. >> compliment. >> now that he has that mustache, he reminds me of old burt reynolds. >> one more day. that's all you people have to endure is one more day. >> we are very proud of you for sticking to this for an entire month for raising more than $1,000 along with our "right this minute" team. and now ron the barber is a master barber. he's going to do a stra
back to the white house later today and he has four more years in the white house. is rene marsh. >> reporter: dave, this was ground zero for the obama campaign on election night. we saw that the supporters they were all pack into the convention center here mccormick place here in chicago and they went wild when they heard the president was reelected. and of course we heard from the president this evening. he talked a bit about what he would do moving forward and that included some bipartisan ship. he mentioned he planned on getting on the phone with mitt romney. talking to him a bit about how to move forward from here. of course the big issue that the president now faces is the fiscal cliff he will have to work with in congress to figure out what will be done before that deadline at the end of the year. dave. >> rene marsh thank you, from chicago. >>> more evacuations on the east coast unfort fat -- unfortunately. the new threat ahead. >>> we are live in san jose. we'll tell you the results for a lot of interesting measures that passed and didn't pass here. >>> good morning, bay
a candidate? i'm renee poussaint. our elected representatives are just that, elected. in order to win, a candidate must campaign to convince the voters that he or she is the best choice for the job. and campaigning requires many critical decisions. should limited resources go to court this group or that? should candidates just focus on their own political ideas or mount a negative attack on the opponent? and how should thorny issues be handled? one thing is certain -- key to winning at every level is the crucial word "strategy." one issue nearly derailed the campaign of john f. kennedy, the 35th president of the united states -- he was a catholic. in 1960, there was a certain amount of anti-catholic sentiment in the country, so a catholic running for president was a big deal. so much so that a usually insignificant democratic primary in the rural state of west virginia became a do-or-die election for the young politician. some hoped he would fail and clear the way for other candidates, but when kennedy arrived in west virginia in late april 1960, he was riding high. he had just defeat
directly to their representatives. i'm renee poussaint. most long-lasting interest groups in our society focus on advancing the economic well-being of their members. because their members have an economic incentive, they are likely to be well-funded professional organizations which can employ lobbyists, mount well-orchestrated demonstrations, and conduct massive writing, e-mail, and telephone campaigns -- all designed to bring their concerns to the attention of decision makers. this is crusader, built by united defense. it was an $11 billion artillery system that triggered an intense battle in the spring of 2002 on capitol hill. critics, led by the secretary of defense, called the system a cumbersome cold war relic and a waste of taxpayers' money. after a good deal of consideration, i've decided to terminate the crusader program. poussaint: the government had already spent $2 billion to develop crusader, but donald rumsfeld was on a mission to transform the military. he wanted to save the remaining $9 billion cost and spend it on new, more agile weapons systems. we must be prepared to ad
the white house. renee marsh joins us live from the obama campaign. both candidates are tied after campaigning in eight stages today on a world when last-minute trump proposed. let's go to remain in see what is going on as the voting is getting underway. >> the president arrived here in chicago overnight. here in his headquarters when he does take to that stage to addressed his supporters it will either be to get a victory speech or to concede the raced to mitt romney. >> (cheers & applause) are you fired up! are you fired up! >> and arousing an emotional speech at the present with a tear in his eye and hearkening back to where he started promoting change in the 2008 iowa caucuses. >> which cannot be stopped. after all we have been through together after all that we have fought through together we cannot give up on change now. (cheers & applause) his dizzying tour across the country marks the end of an era of the president his final presidential campaign. >> from wisconsin to ohio and iowa he focused not only on the undecided voters but reenergize the loyal voters from 2008 to cast
're holding closed doorrhearinns in hopes &pof getting answers. rene marsh is live in washington this morning... with a preview of what we could expect. good morning, rene. - thh president was asked about this in his press was asked about - the president was asked about this in his what say? - the reeublicans unified in their focus on ambassador rice. the other wwaa are some of ambassador rice. focus on unified in their don't appeer t be - the republicans say?did he have this in his press was asked abouu - the president rene. - the president was asked about this in his pressswws asked about this in his press conference yesterday, what did he haae to say?- the republicans don'tt aapear o be unified in their focus on ambassador rice. what are some of he other qqestions hey are asking? ccming up... coming up... get surround sound... innthe comfort of your own home.how tooget that "movie theater quality"... without sppnninn a fortuue. you're watccing fox 45 mornnng news.. all local.. all morning. -& [ female announcer ] dove go sleeveless presents the latest thing to wear with beautiful top
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received a couple dozen letters or so and you chose renee. >> what was about her story? >> she embraced the idea of paying it forward. she really wanted to take this dress and everything else about her wedding and use it to also be generous to other brides, and i thought, you know, this is a really amazing trend. what a better way to think about our weddings as something that we can invest in and share rather than something about a princess day that is all about us. >> that's a great, great way of thinking, and i know renee is standing by in the background. you two have never met. she wants to see her gorgeous dress. renee, come on over. >> come take a look now. >> hi. >> renee, here's alissa. >> so glad to meet you. >> thank you so much. >> isn't this gorgeous? >> i love it. >> you're the same size so it's going to work. >> oh, my sh, this is perfect. >> renee, you're getting -- i see tears in the eyes which is a good side. every bride when they see their wedding dress and they know. >> you saw the picture in "the huffington post" and you saw price tag zero. >> yes. >> could you even b
the election returns come in tomorrow in boston. president obama will be in chicago. that is also where rene marsh is right now with the message that president obama is delivering. good morning, rene. >> reporter: that is right. good morning, pam. these are the final crucial hours before the voters go to the polls and i'll tell you the president's campaign is in high gear. in about an hour and a half from now the president's -- bill clinton will be rallying a -- every hour counts for the president as he takes one last swing at the toss up states today and national polls show the race is closer than ever. it's a dead heat with less than 24 hours to go until election day. president obama knows every moment counts. sunday the president made stops in new hampshire, florida, ohio, and colorado. his message push forward. >> that is why i need you colorado. we have come too far to let our heart grow weary. now is the time to keep pushing forward to educate all of our kids. >> reporter: he has the edge in several swing states but mitt romney isn't backing down and making his final tour of the tossup
as $50 billion. renee marsh, kron 4. >> superstore men santee most of the york schools are preparing to reopen on sandy. super storm-sandy recuperating. however, many residents are still without power. still are trying to piece together their homes and without public transportation and a gas shortage people having difficulties. officials say that the 1700 public schools will open on monday but to be seven with the structural damage will still be closed. but the seven-will remain closed. banks 57 of those- schools will--remain closed. also, banks are offering special incentives and short-term loans for housing owners. they are also recommending state and local funds that could be available. >> that construction crane has been tendered. it lightly buckled forcing the evacuation of a building in streets. the 74 building was climbed during the storm they hope to have 57 street opened tonight. now that the construction crane is no longer in damage or danger of falling. >> the state of new jersey is going to allow displaced residents to vote by e-mail or even fax. they must be submitted by
years. >> we lost rene so we will have to get back to her in a few minutes. >> as the results came ma end. we saw the shouts erupted everytime a stay was called for which presidentcandidates. s interesting to see how they are in victory. this was a private money where the president and his wife were putting that made a big uproar. >> and wall street is reacting to the election. we are waiting for the opening bell and it looks like it will give it all back this morning. >> we will have more on the market reaction and the concern with the fiscal numbers. >> on highway 24. this accident happened in the eastbound direction but it will have a impact on the westbound direction. isn't overturned tractor trailer that came loose. all of the latches on high with 24 are blocked because of this accident. the biggest impact will be felt in the west of direction. this is located close to the bart station and we may catch a break here. the eastbound lanes of highway 24 will affect your route. the traffic is backed up through the tunnel into berkeley. you should expect delays and if you cannot use 58
in hoboken new jersey this morning, i'm renee marsh back to you. >>> people need help and all new this morning help is on the way. our neighbors in new jersey who suffered so much in this storm, they are now getting a helping hand. linda so is here telling us how people are getting help. what's the state of maryland and the city doing. >> baltimore is actually sending two ambulances, an suv, and a total of five emergency responders to help people in new jersey. the crews showed up before 4 this morning at the public safety training academy on northern parkway to pack up and load up with emergency supplies, bandages, back boards and splints. they're heading to atlantic county new jersey an area devastated by the storm. they'll be joined by several other medics from maryland to help with recovery. the team will be making a quick stop in elkton to meet up with others from maryland. they'll be responding to 9-1-1 calls and doing anything to help out. >> really unsure. it could be still people trapped that we could be assisted with, or it could be people that have already been treated
strength instead of them being my weaknesses. >> renee grande, did you write this book originally in english or spanish? >> i always write in english first. unfortunately when i came to the country, i got so obsessed with learning english, i know neglected my native tongue. for many years all i did was eat and breathe english to the point that when i got college i was the writing tutor and i was tutoring native english speakers and teaching them how to write better english. but when i was in college, i got exposed to pan spanish for spanish speakers. that's what i took the classes and i said, i'm going reclaim my native tongue. i tbli english because it's so natural to me that i don't have to think about the language vocabulary as i'm writing. the times when i have tried to write in spanish i have to pick up the dictionary every single minute. and it pulls me out of the story because i have to think about the vocabulary. so as a comprise, i write everything in english then i go my own translations. so i translated a couple hundred mountains myself and "distance between us" will be
want to see that happen for them. >> and we have been talking talking with renee grande, "the distance between us." a memoir simon and shuster title. you're watching booktv on c-span2. >>> tell us what you think about the programming this weekend. you can tweet us at booktv. comment on the facebook wall, or send us an e-mail. booktv, non-fiction bocks every day weekend on c-span2. >>> joseph recounts the life of union philip -- robert e lee. the author recalls the military tactic and the postwar career which included command of the u.s. army. it's about 45 minutes. [applause] >> i want to thank coral ridge boobs for inviting me back and all the people to come out and hear about general fill sheraton of the try -- civilling war he was probably the least known of them. the other being grant and william sherman. in 1937, the three generals appeared together on a commemorative postage stamp, as part of a series honoring great u.s. military commanders. in the center grant to the right is sherman, and sheraton on grant's left. this is a appropriate because by the time civil war ended, sherat
getting ready for the rain. >> renee is not taking chances. he is filling sandbags. >> we are at the bought m to of the hill in san rafael. it comes down the hill hard. just taking precautions and got a little flooded last year. >> san anselmo is one of many cities providing the do it yourself sandbag station. joy this is our high water mark and -- >> this is our high water mark and in the store it was four and a half feet high. and it was not just water. it was mud. >> marty is uneasy about the approaching storms. in 2005 she lost everything in her downtown sannen sal mow store. -- sannen sal mow store. the photos from that time are amazing. >> we are very resilient. we hope for the best. >> reporter: tonight the creek is low and the city has been keeping it clear of debris. but just in case, every downtown business has wooden flood gates held in place with metal brackets to keep the water out. >> if it does flood, the precaution is to get the books for -- to get the books three feet off the ground. >> reporter: the sanitation district will be keeping a close eye on its a
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